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Asexual reproduction Mrs.

Mente

Feb. 5, 2013

1. Which diagram represents binary fission?

1. 1 2. 2

3. 3 4. 4

2. The results of the process of cloning are most similar to the results of the process of 1. pollination 3. fertilization 2. budding 4. gametogenesis

3. Rhizopus a bread mold, usually reproduces asexually by 1. budding 2. sporulation

3. regeneration 4. fission

4. The diagram includes information on asexual reproduction. Which term belongs in the area labeled X?

1. grafting 2. regeneration

3. cutting 4. sporulation

5. Which diagram best shows the process of binary fission in an ameba?

6. Which reproductive method is involved in the production of new organisms by all of the species shown below?

1. budding 2. inbreeding

3. artificial selection 4. vegetative propagation

7. Which statement best describes the division of the cytoplasm and the nucleus in budding? 1. Both the cytoplasm 3. The cytoplasm divides and the nucleus divide equally, but the nucleus equally. divides unequally. 2. The cytoplasm divides 4. Both the cytoplasm unequally, but the and the nucleus divide nucleus divides equally. unequally.

8. Which diagram represents the type of asexual reproduction known as regeneration?

1. 1 2. 2

3. 3 4. 4

9. Which process is illustrated in the diagram of a yeast cell?

1. budding 2. binary fission

3. vegetative propagation 4. regeneration

10. Corals reproduce by forming multicellular outgrowths from the body wall that detach and develop into independent organisms. Which statement most closely describes this form of reproduction in another organism? 1. Molds reproduce by sporulation. 3. Paramecia reproduce by binary fission. 2. Hydras reproduce by budding. 4. Maple trees reproduce by seed formation.